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Correct spelling for EAISET
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Possible correct spellings for eaiset
It was public land and a national asset and could be converted to heir-land or book-land only by action of the king and witan.
The idea of any one not knowing what easter was!
So with my mind eased of a great deal of trouble, though with no great content to find myself above l100 worse now than i was half a year ago, i went to bed.
If, however, he grants certain indulgences to those who are most affected; if he lets them lie in bed of a morning, adds a basin of soup to their lunch or dinner, gives them extra liquor, or champagne in place of their ordinary liquor, and eases the work of the crew all round, he will probably find that within three days they will be perfectly brisk and fit again.
Yet the moment the door opened, i hesitated- however, i shook myself with indignation, entered, and saw her standing firmly in the middle of the apartment, ready to assert the bold defiance she had given me.
She wished to be alone with curtis, and this wish, obscure as it was, grew stronger as she set a chair for him and placed a frame on an easel.
We will go back east in a day or so, and you shall go with us."
But surely i might not fight in ease of mind, if that mine own did be needless in danger; and i caught her very quick by the waist, and set her upon the ground between my feet.
The same is the case with the superlative, fruit-full-est.
He stood at ease and waited to find out.
Mr. macfarlane, erst of stockbridge, does for him in the presbytery.